14.3.10










8-year olds.
I do love when they are in "king of the world"-mood. Love when the sun is shining too.



Reaching For Something Larger Than You Will Ever Know, by Mike Perry for Scout Books.

Don't forget, Hanna's giveaway , open to tuesday Mars 16.





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34 comments:

Karumen said...

love the eyes on the tree!

mieke willems said...

beautiful! but, is there still snow??

Lady Ren said...

The tress look like they are having a lovely time watching!

Milady Productions said...

let the wild rumpus begin!!! :)

Ashley mo said...

Tree's eyes so funny-
King of the world! just thinking
about the Leonardo DiCaprio at the Titanic movie- kkk
good sunshine~

sarah nadine said...

looks like fun!

Lulu said...

awwww the eyes on the tree are so sweet =]

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Fine Little Day said...

mieke willems, there is still snow here yes, even if it's spring in the air.

piilomaja said...

My 8-year-old is not only a king of the world but all the universe...and second moment crying because "he can’t do anything".

I know this man with the sword;-)

Krickelin-Krickelin said...

Vilka härliga foton, helt underbara.

e said...

klätter! det var längesen. en gång slog vi barn vad med farmor om att hon inte kunde klättra i träd. nåra dagar senare såg vi henne uppflugen i en björk - vi häpnade!! är dock inte häpen över en 8-åring i trä't! men kul är det! :)

Louise said...

the sunshine looks so beautiful!

gini said...

lovely!!!!!!!!!i love these photos! it looks like sand but it's snow right?
xxxxx
gini famiLi

ingen fara på taket said...

Härligt klätterträd!

Jane O Sullivan said...

oh my elisabeth ......
, this is a special set ....with a feel of swallows and amazons , huckleberry fin and the paintings of peter doig ...the ones of a girl\boy in a tree , like they were one
and made with love
great job x

Bea said...

I´m totally agree with you... This is the best felling in the world!

Jenea said...

Hi dear! I like so much this post! Photos, is the best! Your boy seems like on Max, from the film "Where the wild things are"!!! :)

Maggie said...

This looks absolutely idyllic. What an amazing place for boys to grow up in.

Essi said...

Nice! I feel like having eight-year-old´s energy now because the very early summer break this year. For me it started yesterday :)

at swim-two-birds said...

wow, i used to play that kind of games too and making huts in the trees and selfmade bows and arrows.
i think an 8years old natural habitat is a tree :-)
crazy you still got snow!

at swim-two-birds said...

i forgot to say i like the photos very much!!

●●● said...

more sun from south of france for his birthday ****

Frk Lundegaard said...

Flotte billeder, især det i toppen. Og ... det med flaget

Bi said...

Lovely!

teddybearswednesday said...

OH My I love those tree people!

jenna said...

oh, i would really love to be atop that tree right now!

Brit said...

That first picture is lovely! Oh the times I climbed in trees...

annapernilla said...

vilka underbara bilder! jättefint alltihop!

Karins fotoblogg said...

Härliga bilder! I like :)

caramela said...

I can't believe you still have snow- it looks crisp and lovely-
Annamaria :)

kindra said...

these meandering climbing trees make me crazy happy.

melissa said...

i love these photos. your kids are beautiful!

Make it Easy said...

this reminds me of "where the wild things are"!!

rebecca said...

this is a very special picture of your(?) boy. the one at the top. i would be so proud of it.